The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 9 • 07/28/2004
Hundreds of people tuned into the Democratic National Convention on cable.
Indecision 2004 - Dance PartyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
John Kerry says ahoy to prosperity, ending our economic scurvy with the oranges of fiscal responsibility
Moment of Zen - Janet Reno StandsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Janet Reno stands at the Democratic National Convention while dance music plays.
Bill RichardsonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Governor Bill Richardson tries to sell some passes to the Democratic National Convention.
Primemory LaneThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Only a few months ago, John Kerry was just another bland career politician who couldn't inspire an ice cube to melt in the small of Halle Berry's back.
Rob Corddry's BostonThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Rob Corddry relives painful childhood memories when he visits his hometown of Boston.
Bootstrap StoryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Stephen Colbert has a bootstrap story of his own: his father was a poor turd miner.
Joe BidenThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Joe Biden has been in the senate for about 30 years -- it's refreshing.
Moment of Zen - American Indians SingThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Two American Indians sing the national anthem.
Wireless MicsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Rob Corddry's secret to good interviews isn't his journalistic tenacity, it's the wireless mic.
Intro - Democratic National ConventionThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
The Daily Show is in Boston for the Democratic National Convention, but Jon's got baseball on his mind.
Convention HighlightsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Primary losers and party stalwarts speak at the Democratic National Convention.
Moment of Zen - Al Sharpton RiffThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Brian Williams interviews Al Sharpton about whatever Sharpton "riffed" about.
Partisan PoliticsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Even during a war, don't expect the Democrats and their Hollywood friends to change their un-American ways anytime soon.
John Kerry - He's Not George W. Bush (2004)The Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
John Kerry is the least objectionable alternative to George W. Bush that the Democrats could come up with.
Scripted FarceThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Instead of going John Kerry's speech, Correspondent Stephen Colbert used the money Jon Stewart gave him to throw a party in his hotel room.
Democratic National Convention - Dorm RoomThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Tonight's Daily Show Special Presentation from Boston features abortions for everybody.
Conventional SpeechesThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm leads the entire convention to the gift shop and Reverend Al Sharpton answers George W. Bush's questions.
Hope Is On The WayThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
Democratic Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards' platform is based on hopes and dreams.
Al Sharpton RiffThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
If you watch Al Sharpton's speech, you can tell how angry the black people on the floor were.
ThanksThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS9
On the last night of coverage of the Democratic National Convention, Jon Stewart thanks his dorm roommate Sanjay.
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